I Guess the Economy Has Ruined “Going Out” Now
Nicole Dieker

Going out in my neighborhood is so expensive. We’ve been seeing a lot of nice lower-priced food and drinks places disappearing, replaced by exotic, higher end restaurants (due to rent and labor costs going up, even in our relatively uncool area). Dinner with friends regularly rings in at $50 or more per person without tax or tip. We can’t afford that more than once or twice per month.

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